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What to do if I Don't Have an EORI Number?

EORI stands for Economic Operators Registration and Identification number. It is a unique identification number used by EU member states and some other countries to identify and register economic operators, including importers and exporters.

If you do not have a valid EORI number when going through customs detention and clearance procedures, it may cause delays or problems with customs detention. Therefore, it is important to ensure you apply promptly and hold a valid EORI number.

When applying for an EORI number, you usually need to provide the identity information of the organization or individual and relevant trade and business information. Different countries may have slightly different application procedures, but overall, applying is relatively simple.

You can apply for an EORI number from the customs department of your country or consult the relevant logistics company to obtain accurate application and usage guidance.

Updated on: 14/03/2024

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